Classification: ENGINE
Volvo launches production of new fuel-efficient engines [2013-05-27]

By WardAuto Staff Volvo begins production of its new 4-cylinder gas and diesel engines that will play an integral part in the auto maker’

New engine standard released to reduce vehicle emissions [2013-02-28]

BEIJING – The State Council Information Office of the People’s Republic of China (the State Council) released Views on Energy Saving of Internal Combustion Engine on February 17.

China's vehicle engine sales up 5.05 percent through August [2012-10-04]

BEIJING – China produced and sold 11,540,461 and 11,599,525 vehicle engines in the first eight months, an increase of 6.

A favorable trend for small-displacement engines [2012-09-03]

– by Sinotrust With China’s emphasis on new energy vehicle technologies, an increasing number of manufacturers in China have begun developing energy-saving small-displacement engines.

Xinde expects diesel engines profits to grow to $14 million [2011-07-15]

WEIFANG, Shandong – China’s diesel engine and components maker Xinde Technology Co. has reported that its 6CT/6LT diesel engine series has achieved sales of more than 1,000 units since its launch in May 2010, according to media sources.

Weichai's acquisition of Yaxing: killing three birds with one stone? [2011-03-31]

– by Meng Li YANGZHOU, Jiangsu – Yangzhou Yaxing Bus Co., Ltd. (Yaxing Bus), a Shanghai-listed subsidiary of Yaxing Automobile Group Corp.

Yuchai, CSR and Sichuan Nanjun join hands for engine production [2011-03-30]

BEIJING – Yuchai Group, China South Locomotive & Rolling Stock Corp. Ltd. (CSR), and Sichuan Nanjun Automobile Group held a signing ceremony in Beijing on March 7 for the establishment of CSR Yuchai Sichuan Engine Co., Ltd.

Yuchai Group continues to lead the domestic diesel engine market [2010-08-19]

China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) recently published the sales figure of diesel engines over the first half of the year. Yuchai Group, with strength in full-range engine products, continued to lead the chart. First Auto Works (FAW), Anhui Quanchai Group and Weichai Power all finished the first six months with over 200,000 engines sold.

Weichai to launch ¥100 billion green power project [2010-08-02]

Weichai Group (Weichai), China's leading heavy-duty engine maker, announced its ¥100 billion ($14.7 billion) green power project and 1.5 million unit diesel engine production plan at its headquarters in Weifang, Shandong Province. At the event, Tan Xuguang, chairman of Weichai, revealed the company's long-term target, which is for its engine business to generate sales revenues of ¥50 billion in 2012, ¥80 billion in 2015 and over ¥100 billion in 2020, becoming the largest engine manufacturer in the world.

Beiqi-Foton and Weichai Power sign strategic agreement in Changsha [2010-06-08]

Beiqi-Foton (Foton), the world's largest commercial vehicle manufacturer last year, and Weichai Power (Weichai), China's leading heavy-duty engine supplier, formed a strategic partnership in Changsha, Hunan Province, on May 10, 2010. The two companies agreed to explore their collaboration on product chain innovation, market development and service network establishment, among other projects. Their cooperation in Changsha will focus on the development and promotion of Foton's Forland brand Rowor medium and heavy-duty trucks.